The Apple Valley Creamery in Sevierville doesn’t claim to make homemade ice cream, but they will tell you that their ice cream is as close to homemade as you’ll find. For the past 11 years, they’ve been making some of the finest deserts in the Smoky Mountain area and they’ve even doubled up with a great bakery.
The demand for the Creamery’s icy products has steadily increased over the years with the addition of the Apple Barn, Applewood Restaurant, and several other local restaurants continuously depending on the Creamery to provide them with delicious ice cream. Right now, the creamery is producing anywhere from 700 to 1,000 gallons of ice cream per week during the spring summer seasons and offer 40 different varieties of ice cream from Smoky Mountain Fudge to French Vanilla Bean. This not only takes care of their parlor but other restaurants ice cream distributors around the Smokies area.
If you’re looking to start your own little ice cream making venture, the Apple Valley Creamery has the goods to get you started and on your way. They have a great selection of Amish and White Mountain Country freezers from which to purchase.
As for the Apple Valley Creamery’s bakery, they make everything from delicious fresh baked bread to cookies, brownies, and apple cobbler. They make 30,000 loaves of bread per year to compensate for their ever-growing demand, and each loaf is made from scratch with no preservatives or artificial ingredients. A few of their best selling varieties include Apple Cinnamon, Apple Coffee Cake and seasonal favorites like Apple Pumpkin Pecan. Guests can even sample the bread before they buy, just to make sure it’s good. But trust us, it is!
Apple Valley Creamery
230 Apple Valley Road
Sevierville, Tennessee 37862
Phone (865) 429-4113
Fax (865) 774-4286